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Aaron Hanlon Dec 9
Free link here to my latest essay on people making stuff up about ‘the humanities FYI and quoting
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William S. Cossen Dec 5
Question for : What's one work of fiction written in the period you study that you most recommend? I work on Gilded Age and Progressive Era. My pick is Harold Frederic's The Damnation of Theron Ware, an underrated masterpiece.
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Boydell & Brewer 22m
It's the FINAL day of our 12 Days of Christmas sale. Get 40% of ALL paperback, hardback and eBook titles* - offer ends midnight (GMT). 💥 Use promo code BB689 at checkout 💥 Shop now:
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Caleb McDaniel Dec 6
1. The story of the 95 remains of convict leasing victims discovered earlier this year in Sugar Land, Texas, is at a pivotal moment. Historians, you can help!
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Chijayforce 5m
Is someone really following? How many times have I changed my Twitter bio so far?
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Rachel Hope Cleves Dec 3
Thread: I want to share a few highlights from the un-paper assignment I offered to my students this semester. Thanks and others who encouraged me to try it out. The students produced some phenomenal work.
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Rebecca Onion 17h
I wrote about 2018: The Year of the History Thread with help from many on here
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David Fouser Dec 10
What’s your single favorite academic journal article?
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Joe Harley 16h
Does anybody know of any computer programmes for drawing to scale floorplans? I measured up the labouring poet John Clare's house on Saturday :D
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History Workshop 2h
CALL FOR PAPERS: Activist Histories of Ireland HWO is supporting this event alongside the and Speakers will have the opportunity to publish with us for a series to accompany the event next year!
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Evan Smith Dec 10
Is there a way to find out when more people migrated to Australia by plane than by boat?
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L.D. Burnett 20h
Oh gee, white dude historians on the TL blaming the decline in history majors on the profession’s purported abandonment of military, political, AND diplomatic history. ‘Tis a day that ends in -y.
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Dr. Ruth Dec 10
Hey , question: I'm trying to incorporate war games and RPGs into my "History of War and Peace" class in the spring, does anyone know of any good undergrad-appropriate articles that approach this topic?
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History Scotland 4h
Anne of Denmark, mother of King Charles I, was born in 1574
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Paul M. Cobb Dec 10
1. THREAD!🎄 As my holiday offering to the Twitterverse, to especially, I'd like to share a lovely find from my research on Abulabaz, the 'Abbasid elephant sent as a gift to Charlemagne.
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ActiveHistory.ca 23h
Doing holiday baking? Check out 's post, "Connecting Through Cake: The Story of My Fall Fair Mocha Cake" This post is all about family recipes and food history
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Günther Richter Mros 2h
This book is terrific. Helps us to understand and visualize strategies in wartime scenarios from the 16th century to the present days. I strongly recommend.
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Scottish Church History Society Dec 9
Please RT! Are you a PhD student interested in or ? Submit an essay on your research by 31 Dec for a chance to win the SCHS essay prize and £500. More info:
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Yuri Gama 19h
CFP: UMass Amherst History Department invites you all to the 15th Annual Graduate History Association Conference, March 8 and 9, 2019. ()
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TheTattooedHistorian Dec 10
Instead of taking the time to gripe about the state of the history field, why not figure out a way to make it better? Fix what's broken, don't just bitch about it. I will listen to your grievances but be prepared to give me a few ways to fix it.
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